String Cheese Incident Live at Georgia Theatre on 2000-11-16
Set 1: Shine, Lost, The Road Home, Resume ManÂ¹, Southbound > Third Stone from the Sun Jam > Hey Jude Chorus > Bigger Isn't BetterÂ² > Jam > How Mountain Girls Can Love
Set 2: Rivertrance, Rhythm of the Road > Jam > Remington Ride, My Little Georgia Rose, Bend Down Low > Gimme Some Lovin' Jam > Search > Come As You Are > Estimated Prophet Tease > A Love Supreme > Come As You Are
Encore: So What* > Jam** > LA Woman > Salt Creek
Collection StringCheeseIncidentBand/Artist String Cheese IncidentVenue Georgia TheatreLocation Athens, GASource SBD > DATLineage DAT > ?? > CDR > EAC > .shnTransferred by Spider John
Â¹ with long "Hubba Hubba Ding Dong" vocal jam.
Â² very slow version.
* with I Wish teases from Kyle and Kang.
** mainly Billy solo with Tangled Up in Blue and Hand Jive teases.
Before the encore, Travis announces that he has found the "coolest thing you can buy for $20" backstage and proceeds to play with a toy sampling guitar for a few minutes.
Very Rare SBD version of this show. No SBD patches were given out by JonO that night due to quality concerns w/the house equipment. I recieved this copy in Nov 2000 and then was told not to spread it. I contacted Jono in August 2001 and asked if it was okay to spread now...permission was granted :-) As far as I know, not many other copies of this are in circulation.
Photo by Larry Fox
August 17, 2014
Personal: Southbound, Jam, Jude, Bigger, Jam, Come As You Are, So What, Jam, L.A.Woman,and Salt Creek
November 17, 2006
Thanks to me!!!
The real story about the soundboard recordings of this show happened like this.There was like 20 decks
pathed in.I was in charge of 5 decks(unfortunately).Last minute everyone freaked out because the feed was goofing up so we all yanked
our cords and ran to mics.I forgot one of the decks back at the patch bay.It was still patched in and recieved the only sbd feed!!!!!Thats it.My mistake=sbd recording.Sweet!!!What an awesome show!!!
November 16, 2005
Evan-cosmic love freak
December 25, 2004
The "third stone from the jam" actually turns into a great improvised Kang solo that I nicknamed "Majestic 174 Jam" after the I, VII, IV chords of the progression. Kang recreates the jam inside RTW on 7/24/04, and probably elsewhere too.